Sandra Jacobs is the founder and chair of The Nappy Collective. She is also the CEO of the Bennelong Foundation
, a mother, wife, connector, social entrepreneur and a committed corporate and global citizen. She is passionate about empowerment of women and creating collaboration between sustainable social change and profitability.
Skye Berman is excited to join The Nappy Collective, contributing a background in advertising and not for profit arts marketing and management in Australia and the United States. She is passionate about helping her local community and is proud to be part of this initiative’s positive social change.
Carol Navarro has over 15 years experience as a Chartered Accountant and is The Nappy Collective's Treasurer. Carol has embraced the world of nappies thanks to her daughter Jasmine and is thrilled to be a part of this important community initiative.
Alison Conn is a long time strategist as well as the mother of three extremely busy boys. She is passionate about helping others, especially when it involves mothers and their children, and loves helping turn unused nappies into such valuable resources for people in need. She is excited to be a member of the Board of such a great organisation.
Lani Masuku is the new CEO of The Nappy Collective. She’s had over 10 years experience in the not for profit space where she’s exercised her passion for solving issues experienced by marginalised women. A serial social entrepreneur, Lani believes in supporting any mechanisms that solve the problem of cyclical poverty.